The sort of thing that makes us feel even better about our spa breaks – the kind of place that’s good for the environment as well as being good for us by being sensitive to the landscape, the environment and limiting the number of chemicals that it uses in its products. Everybody say ‘ommmmmmmm’.
Something no one wants to experience but in the long-term means we don’t have to faff about so much with shaving our armpits. It’s a long lasting form of hair removal using electricity or radio wave energy – painful but efficient.
Not actually essential at all, but they smell very nice and are at the heart of most spa treatments, especially aromatherapy. They are the oils taken from flowers and plants (the essence if you will) and they have the power to make us feel happy, relaxed, energized, or whatever it is you happen to be craving.
French massage therapy that is intended to be particularly effective at reducing cellulite.
A scrub that gets rid of the dead skin cells and makes you glow – particularly good before and after summer holidays to help skin recover from time in the sun and keep that tan glowing.
A really, really good shower essentially – evoking a sense of being in a tropical storm or rain forest and often infused with aromatherapy and mood lighting. Usually positioned near the saunas or by the pool at a spa.
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